- Posted by Carnegie Math Pathways
- On September 17, 2020
This webinar was originally presented on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 as part of the monthly webinar series from the Carnegie Math Pathways, A Dialogue About What Works in Education.
About Carnegie Math Pathways and presenter introductions
Replicating In-Person Course Elements Online
Kelly Kohlmetz discusses how she brings community-building elements of in-person courses online. She shares tips for effective communication with students, suggestions for boosting attendance, and more.
Aaron Altose discusses how he builds community in his online courses, including conversation-starters with students, building a culture of productive struggle, and fostering sustained communication with discussion board assignments.
Faculty and staff answer participant questions
- Aaron Altose, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Cuyahoga Community College
- Kelly Kohlmetz, Math Literacy Pathway Coordinator and Senior Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- Dan Ray, Lead for Faculty Development, Carnegie Math Pathways